2011 Citroen C-Zero
CITRO�N C-ZERO: THE NEW 100% ELECTRIC CITY CAR
Zero fuel consumption, zero CO2 emissions and zero engine noise: with the C-ZERO, CITRO�N is broadening its compact vehicle range with a 100% electric offering.
The new city car is designed to make urban mobility easier � thanks to its compact dimensions, rapid charge and generous range for day-to-day car journeys. And all of this in a silence that makes occupants forget about the noise of the city. The C-ZERO combines technology and creativity to meet tomorrow�s challenges today.
Having already produced more than 5,500 electric vehicles, CITRO�N has the experience vital to being a front-runner in a market segment that is set to grow significantly in the coming years.
Due for launch in the last quarter of 2010, the C-ZERO is developed in collaboration with Mitsubishi Motors Corporation.
AN OFFERING CONSISTENT WITH CITRO�N POLICY
Long committed to a policy of reducing fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, Citro�n, a leading environmental carmaker, is adding the C-ZERO to a range that already features a wealth of environmentally-respectful products.
Current Citro�n achievements:
C3 and DS3 models emitting 99 g/km of CO2 will be available from launch
More than 30% of Citro�n vehicles sold emit less than 120 g/km of CO2
Widespread application of second-generation Stop & Start system in 2010
Launch of a full-hybrid vehicle, the DS5, in 2011
The CITRO�N C-ZERO is perfectly adapted to the needs of all kinds of users � including public sector operators, local authorities, smaller businesses and company fleets � and also to those of private customers looking for a car with exceptionally low running costs.
With four real seats � thanks to a 2.55m wheelbase � and a 166 litre boot, the C-ZERO is impressively quiet to drive and boasts a plethora of comfort and safety equipment. Original-fit features include power steering, ABS, traction control, ESP, electric windows, six airbags and air conditioning.
The C-ZERO�s compact exterior dimensions, at 3.48 m long, and 9-m turning circle make it a cinch to nip in and out of city traffic. And with a top speed of 130 kph and acceleration from 0-100 km/h in 15 seconds and 60-90 km/h in six seconds, along with a range of around 130 km over a standard combined cycle, it is also fully at ease out on the open road. In France, 70% of daily car trips made in the week are under 30 km, for an overall average of 40 km.